International Order & Conflict

Keeping the Peace: The United Nations in the Emerging World Order

The final report of the Center’s first peacekeeping project detailed UN procedures political, financial, and logistical for setting up and running peacekeeping operations and, on the basis of detailed analyses of UN operations through 1991, warned against sending UN forces into quasi- combat situations. It recommended wholesale reform of UN Secretariat offices responsible for peacekeeping and other political affairs, and changes in how peacekeeping is funded, calling for an end to special assessments for what was now a routine rather than emergency function of the organization.

(Out of print, incorporated in 1993 book The Evolution Of UN Peacekeeping, edited by William J. Durch)

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